Violence is behaviour causing harm by the use of force. The World Health Organization (WHO) divides violence into three-sub types which include self-directed violence, interpersonal violence and collective violence. Exposure to violence can have a lasting impact on a person’s physical, mental and emotional health. Violence has been linked to an increased risk of substance abuse, mental illness, as well as chronic and infectious diseases.
PHO Webinar: Working with Neurodivergent Families: A Strength-based Approach
In this session, presenters will provide a brief overview of more common neurodevelopmental profiles and discuss their clinical, research and quality improvement work with neurodivergent caregivers and children.